Pikes Peak Community College - Journalism Ranking 2017

Pikes Peak Community CollegeRanked
1,652
in the USA
Pikes Peak Community College is a medium-sized public community college offering many disciplines along with the journalism major and located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The college was opened in 1968 and is currently offering certificates and associate's degrees in Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology.

Pikes Peak Community College is quite affordable; depending on the program, tuition cost varies around $15,000 a year. According to recent studies, Pikes Peak Community College area is relatively safe: the college is reported to have a fair rating for personal safety.

Pikes Peak Community College journalism program ranks #1,652 (out of 1754; top 95%) in the United States and #20 in Colorado. Major competing journalism colleges for this college are University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder and Colorado State University Fort Collins in Fort Collins. See the details about all twelve competing journalism schools and available journalism majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #20 Journalism School in Colorado
Ranked #309 Journalism School in The West
Ranked #1,652 Journalism School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Colorado Ranking

Ranked #8 Broadcast & Telecommunications School
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The West Regional Ranking

Ranked #125 Broadcast & Telecommunications School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #630 Broadcast & Telecommunications School
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Check how Pikes Peak Community College is ranked among community colleges in Colorado.

Contact information:

Pikes Peak Community College
5675 S Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80906-5498
Phone: (719) 502-2000
Website: www.ppcc.edu

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Pikes Peak Community College Location Map

Journalism majors offered:

Less than one year certificate

Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology

One but less than two years certificate

Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology

Associate's degree

Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology

Local competitors:

University of Colorado Boulder - Journalism School Ranking
University of Colorado Boulder

Boulder, CO, 19 journalism programs

Colorado State University Fort Collins - Journalism School Ranking
Colorado State University Fort Collins

Fort Collins, CO, 11 journalism programs

University of Denver - Journalism School Ranking
University of Denver

Denver, CO, 17 journalism programs

University of Northern Colorado - Journalism School Ranking
University of Northern Colorado

Greeley, CO, 4 journalism programs

University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical - Journalism School Ranking
University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical

Denver, CO, 3 journalism programs

University of Colorado Colorado Springs - Journalism School Ranking
University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs, CO, 3 journalism programs

University of Wyoming - Journalism School Ranking
University of Wyoming

Laramie, WY, 5 journalism programs

Regis University - Journalism School Ranking
Regis University

Denver, CO, 4 journalism programs

Metropolitan State University of Denver - Journalism School Ranking
Metropolitan State University of Denver

Denver, CO, 4 journalism programs

Colorado State University Pueblo - Journalism School Ranking
Colorado State University Pueblo

Pueblo, CO, 1 journalism program

Colorado Christian University - Journalism School Ranking
Colorado Christian University

Lakewood, CO, 3 journalism programs

Western State Colorado University - Journalism School Ranking
Western State Colorado University

Gunnison, CO, 2 journalism programs

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